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School board discusses district fee increases

Increase in fees to participate in school sports could become a reality as of the April 25 school board meeting. Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance John Fitzgerald said the bulk changes were done by a "benchmarking with peer districts....more >>
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More fruits and veggies in school cafeteria

While a push for healthier foods has been seen at grocery stores, restaurants, and even fast food joints, it's also been found in school lunchrooms. "When you see what's happening in other districts, I think there is a real consciousness towards healthier foods," said Tom Toby, interim principal at Lake Orion High School....more >>

High schools teach lessons with PSA's

By Olivia Shumaker Review Intern While it may not be a popular message at a Saturday night party, Lake Orion High School students found that an anti-drinking message is one they feel they should support....more >>
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Robotics team ranked 21 out of 190

The Oxford High School Robotics team, TORC Team 2137, recently competed in the Michigan State Robotics Competition. While they did not advance to the National finals, TORC Team 2137 did complete their season in strong fashion, finishing 21st out of 190 Michigan teams....more >>
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Balsley: OHS students were a fuse away from first or second place

Some days you get the bear, and some days the bear gets you. Unfortunately, it was definitely a case of the latter for Oxford High School students Kyle Feeney and Paul Strong as they placed sixth last week in the state finals of the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition held in Warren....more >>
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Leonard's got talent!

It truly is amazing the large amount of talent that can spring from such small bodies. Last week, Leonard Elementary held its annual talent show and it was definitely a hit with the audience....more >>
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OMS kids help plant trees

"I can grow a thousand trees, but I can't find a thousand places to plant them. That's why I need help from you guys," said Doug Pettypiece to the sixth-graders in Andrew McDonald's science class at Oxford Middle School on Friday morning....more >>

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OHS students can earn college credits on-line

Students enrolling as freshmen at Oxford High School this fall will have the opportunity to earn up to 60 college credits by the time they graduate high school. According to OCS Virtual Academy and Early College School Director Andrew Hulbert, Oxford has developed a partnership with Rochester and Oakland Community Colleges that will enable students to take college courses while still enrolled at Oxford High School....more >>

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OCS honors nominees for various awards

Oxford Community Schools honored several of its employees at the Board of Education meeting held Monday, April 23. Oxford principals nominated the following district teachers for Oakland County Teacher of the Year Kelly Bollman, Stacey Blaskowski, Lisa Sabo, Jessica Bull, Amy Devin, Staci Dennis, Monica Kmiec and Jeanne Crampton In addition to the teaching faculty, support staff were also honored with nominations for the Betty Campion Award....more >>
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1916: Thomas McGrath, poet and novelist.
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1967: U.S. census reports the population at 200 million.
1971: The United States announces it will give Turkey $35 million for farmers who agree to stop growing opium poppies.
1974: The United States files an antitrust suit to break up ATT.
1978: In Jonestown, Guyana, American Rev. Jim Jones leads his followers in a mass suicide.
1982: South Africa backs down on a plan to install black rule in neighboring Namibia.